Southport (PR8)? But the *Daily Mail* got there first?
How did the Daily Mail's City-centred muppets even know where Southport was, never mind PR8? Oh, maybe they read about it (and the relevant staff names) in a brochure which is (now) linked from the comments here.
the Hibernia Express carves a much straighter route and its extraordinary speed – six milliseconds faster than its nearest rival – makes it crucial for investment banks and hedge funds engaged in high-frequency trading.
Traders nicknamed 'flash boys' use super-computers capable of placing millions of orders each day, and gain an advantage by moving trades milliseconds before their rivals. Industry insiders say a reduction in speed of just one millisecond can be worth up to £77 million a year, which explains why firms reportedly pay £3 million a year for access to the cable.
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